Tesco Value Orange Juice Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... It comes in little 250ml cartons and 1 litre cartons. The smaller cartons tend to cost around 50p for 3 and the larger one is ... more
Customer Tesco Value Orange Juice Reviews (119)
by - written on 27/03/08, updated on 27/03/08 (Very useful, 245 readings)
The big question accompanying this opinion is - are you a snob? If you are, then this product will be no use to you at all! The reason for this opening comment is that Tesco Value Pure Orange Juice comes complete with their familiar 'value' packaging, which is basically the same on every product in the 'value' range and that is white with a series of blue vertical stripes and the word 'value' in bright red! So, when you walk round your local Tesco's pushing your trolley, everyone knows if you've purchased any 'value' items! Now, this doesn't bother me one bit! You can call me a lot of things but a snob? No way! If it's a good product and its good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/03/08 (Useful, 88 readings)
Where I am from Tesco was not very famous few years ago. But after they did open a huge store in capital city more and more people got familiar with it. More and more people got used to it and start to shop only there. Later Tesco was in every bigger city and of course now is everywhere. I think most of us really loves it, but not each of us was really trustful to their new products with label Tesco. You have seen it only in older people basket, since it was cheaper and we younger ones though that it cannot taste great for that price. But when I started to work on my own and next salary was far away and I had only few money in my wallet, I had to try it, if I wanted have Read the complete review
by - written on 19/01/13 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I am trying to cut down on the expense of my weekly shopping bill and as I usually buy Tropicana (non concentrated orange juice - with extra juicy bits) I decided this was costing me too much as we do seem to drink an awful lot of it in our house. A friend recommended that I try the basic range orange juice from Tesco as it's only 69p for a litre sized carton. That's a considerable difference when I compare it to the £4 for two cartons of Tropicana I buy. I was a little hesitant at first though as it is after all, a 'value ' range product and I wasn't sure what to expect or what my husband and daughter were going to think of it. The packaging of these ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
So I've recently switched orange juice brands... Not down a brand but up instead. I recently switched to Tesco standard orange juice from their value range, and to be quite honest with you, I was unimpressed and immediately changed back! I've come to love Tesco's uber cheap food since I've been on a strict budget at university (as they say, every little helps!) and their orange juice is by far my favourite 'find'. The packaging is quite ugly... and certainly does not stand out next to the brightly coloured cartons next to it! The one litre value orange juice comes in the traditional white, blue and red colours. To open the carton you should lift up one of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/11 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Orange juice isn't something we buy on a regular basis and while my parents were on holiday last week I was in charge of shopping and opted to go to Tesco as its closest and I don't drive, one thing I picked up was Tesco Value Pure Orange Juice. I wouldn't have necessarily opted for Tesco Value, I love Tropicana but seeing it priced at £2.50 for a litre compared to 68p for a litre of Tesco Value Juice I couldn't justify paying so much extra. Unlike the picture above Tesco Value Pure Orange Juice is now packaged in a clear plastic stand up carton with an orange screw top lid and handle, rather like a two pint carton of milk. It clearly displays the ... Read the complete review
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